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Sports THE JOURNAL, Thursday, February 14, 2013 - B3 Playoffs looming for Stillwater normally the teams to beat for the championship hardware. The Lady Pioneers will competein Class 5A because of a lack of num- bers. XXX Regional tournament action is on the horizon for Stillwater's wrestling squad, the first step toward a possible appearance in the State High School Wrestling Championships On Friday and Saturday, Feb. 22-23, at the State Fair Arena in Oklahoma City. Coach Doug Chesbro's Pioneers will compete in a Class 6A East Regional at Bixby High School's gymnasium this Friday After a season full of lengthy workouts and rugged competition, Stillwater High's boys and girls' swim teams set their sights on the State High School Swimming Championships Friday and Saturday. After a lengthy run at the Oklahoma City Com- munity College pool, the Class 6A and Class 5A state meets will be held at the Jenks Aquatic Center, starting with preliminaries Friday. Veteran SHS head coach Kurt Goebel takes another talented group of Pioneer and Lady Pioneer swimmers to state.. SHS annually has successful performances at the state meet. The Pioneers will compete in the Class 6A meet where Jenks and the Edmond schools are 7th Demons lose to Harrah Chad Black and Bran- don Martin led the Demons in scoring with 9 points each. The seventh grade Demons concluded their season at home last Thurs- day with a 30-23 loss to the Harrah Panthers. P-T held a 12-11 half- time lead due in part to a 10-7 first quarter advan- tage. Harrah, however, used a 19-11 second half surge for the win. Harrah 30, P-T 23 HJH 7 4 13 6--30 P-T 10 2 7 4--23 Chad Black 9, Brandon Martin 9, Ethan Hobbs 4, Zac Hall 1. 3-point goals -- HJH: 1. P-T: Martin 1. 9th girls' rally falls short A second half rally fell Macey Hall led P-T in short for the Lady Demons scoring with 11 points. in their 24-23 loss at Still- Stillwater 24, P-T 23 water last Monday. P-T 2 1 9 11 - 23 P-T trailed 14-3 at SJH 5 9 6 4-24 halftime but outscored the Macey Hall 11, Braden Nich- Lady Pioneers 20-10 in the ols 5, Jaci Armstrong 2, Chey- enne Hankins 2, Angel Thomas second haft only to fall a 2, Rylee Wilson 1. point short. By Ron Holt and Saturday. Competing against SHS will be Bartlesville, Bixby, Tulsa Washington, Broken Arrow, Choctaw, Edmond Memorial, Enid, Jenks, Tulsa Hale, Owasso, Ponca City, Sand Springs, Sapulpa and Tulsa Union. Teams in the Class 6A West Regional at Midwest City include Edmond North, Edmond Santa Fe, Lawton Eisenhower, Lawton, Mid- west City, Moore, Musk- ogee, Mustang, Norman, Norman North, Putnam City, Putnam North, Putnam West, Southmoore, OKC U.S. Grant, Westmoore and Yukon. The top four placers in each weight division earn a berth in the state meet. XXX Stillwater's boys and girls' basketball teams wrap up regular season play this week, all on the road. SHS's cagers visited Enid this past Tuesday GYM Continued from Page is. Much of that is attributed to the gymnasium itself. The old facility is a cozy one with seating for around 300 thus promoting the fact for an early arrival for a place to sit on the home side across from the teams and scorers' table. The new gymnasium, we're told, will seat around 1,100, which could provide for more seating for both the home and visiting crowds. home. of you. You've takeJ It's time your LOAN HOME night before traveling to Lawton this weekend to play Lawton Eisenhower on Friday night and Lawton High Saturday afternoon. The seventh-ranked Pioneers, 16-4 entering play this week, earned the right to host a Class 6A regional tournament, beginning Friday and Saturday, Feb. 22-23. Being able to host a regional ended a lengthy dry spell for the Pioneers. Competing in the SHS regional will be defend- ing state champion Tulsa Union, Muskogee and Tulsa Hale. Union, ranked No. 12, meets Muskogee in the tourney's opening round at 6:30 p.m. Feb. 22. SHS plays Tulsa Hale at 8 p.m. The two first round winners play for the regional trophy at 7 p.m. Feb. 23. The Lady Pioneers will have to travel for regional action. SHS plays Tulsa Union in the first round at 6:30 p.m. Feb. 22, at Bixby. Bixby and Tulsa Hale play at 8 p.m. the two first round winners play for the regional crown at 1:30 p.m. Feb. 23. B1 The accoustics will also be much different. In short, it might take some time to develop that "home court" feel. But judging by the enthusiasm shown Satur- day night, it shouldn't take too long. We're glad the facility won't fall to a wrecking ball. It will still be used as a practice court and physi- cal education facility. That will enable the elementary kids get a taste of what the tradition is. Beginning tonight, the Lady Jackets and Blue- jackets will be playing in unfamiliar surroundings. We're hopingthat support- ive crowd follows them wherever they play. While that happens, the old gymnasium will sit dark and empty. But it won't quiet the spirits of its glorious past. Journal subscriptions are great gifts Coyle's Taren Aska drives around a Claremore Christian defender during first quarter action of Saturday night's Class B district tournament finals at Coyle. The Lady Jackets rolled to a 85-15 win. Journal photo by Rick Lomenick Coyle teams roll to district titles By Rick Lomenick Journal Sports Editor , COYLE - Coyle's Lady Jackets and Bluejackets coasted to Class B District 3 tournament victories over Claremore Christian Satur- day in the final games plays in the school gymnasium. The Lady Jackets rolled 85-15 while the Bluejackets earned a 79-21 triumph. In the girls' game, Coyie scored the first 11 points the coasted from there in the lop-sided decision over the Lady Warriors: After the Lady Jackets took the 11-0 advantage, Claremore Christian man- aged only a pair of free throws in the first quarter with just under five minutes left for an 11-2 score. Coyle responded with 18-straight points for a 29-2 first quar- ter lead. Coyle steadily added it its lead in the second quar- ter while giving up only three free throws before Claremore Christian finally connected on a field goal that came at the 1:32 mark. By that time, the Lady Jack- ets had constructed a 40-8 lead. When the half ended, CHS was on top 44-8. The Lady Jackets con- tinued to pad their sizeable advantage in the second half with a 41-7 surge for the 85-15 final score. Four players finished in double figures for Coyle in a game that enabled every player to get significant playing time. Tyra Aska paced the Lady Jackets with 22 points. Shelby Jennings followed with 18 with Shilah Young adding 17, and Taren Aska chip- ping in 13. The boys game was much like the girls contest as the Bluejackets jumped out to a sizeable lead before coasting to the win. Claremore Christian managed to keep the game close early trailing 5-2 with about one minute into the third quarter. It was all Coyle after that. CHS out- scored the Warriors 26-6 to build a 31-8 first quarter score. Fastbreak Points were the norm as the Bluejack- ets continued to increase the margin following an 18-3 second quarter advantage. That would create a 49-11 halftime lead. The starters made one more appearance to begin the second half and made the most of the playing time. Ten straight points were tallied before Clare- more Christian scored its first third quarter points. Back-to-back buckets in the midway portion of the quarter created a 59-15 See COYLE Page B4 BancFirst r To Oklahoma & You: STILLwATER 808 S. MAIN [ 505 E. 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